shot by Jerry Productions
dir. by Joseph McFashion
From the creators that brought you the movie ‘2Eleven’, Mula Films presents to you another classic Detroit blockbuster.
In the soon to be released film, “Buffed Up”, the plot consist of a group of three college students on a mission to attain one thing… a pair of Cartier frames. With little knowledge on how to get their hands on the glasses, the group of college students are eventually forced to steal, hustle up the money, and even snatch the costly eyewear which leads them into a world of trouble. The directors of this “hood comedy” have collectively recruited a handful of stars and Detroit legends alike, such as IceWear Vezzo, KC Clark, DJ BJ, Kash Doll and more to headline this film.
The film is set to premiere this spring at the AMC Star Theatre in Southfield on April 18.
Leaving home in Detroit at 8 a.m., James Robertson doesn’t look like an endurance athlete.
Pudgy of form, shod in heavy work boots, Robertson trudges almost haltingly as he starts another workday.
But as he steps out into the cold, Robertson, 56, is steeled for an Olympic-sized commute. Getting to and from his factory job 23 miles away in Rochester Hills, he’ll take a bus partway there and partway home. And he’ll also walk an astounding 21 miles.
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directed by SuppaRay
produced by Nasty New
“When a rapper’s rapping, you should be able to smell the dope cooking.”
In the first episode of our new 10-part series on Atlanta, host Thomas Morton meets longtime stick-up boy Curtis Snow (Snow On Da Bluff) while explaining what Atlanta means and why it’s become the center of drug trafficking and rap music. Later, we find ourselves in iconic Patchwerk Studios with Black Mafia Family’s Bleu Davinci. He explains the rise and fall of BMF, the city’s scene over the last decade, and what he thinks it takes to make it today. After a game of pool, we head to the strip club to meet Migos.
Noisey Atlanta is a 10-part series documenting unprecedented access into the city’s rap scene. Hosted by VICE / HBO / Noisey’s Thomas Morton and directed by Andy Capper